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Domenik Jost
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Survey says... Family Feud will be taping at Universal Orlando this summer

Published: May 12, 2010 at 10:02 AM

Universal Orlando Resort just announced that the popular American game show, Family Feud, will be taping there this summer.

If you are planning to to visit Universal Orlando this summer come on out and enjoy one of the tapings of Family Feud. New host Steve Harvey will be there to tape the new season on select Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from July 10 through September 19.

These tapings are a non-ticketed event and seating is done in a first come first serve basis. You do not have to have a park ticket to enjoy being a part of the studio audience. For more information including the exact dates of the tapings visit the Family Feud page on Universal Orlando Resorts Website.

So are there any TPI Families going out to audition and being a part of the show? I started a discussion board topic for any families that are going out to audition so we can come out to support you.

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Mike Gallagher

Published: May 12, 2010 at 6:03 PM

ANOTHER new host? I've always loved Family Feud, back to the Richard Dawson days. But I have a hunch Steve Harvey will rank near the bottom, maybe slightly better than Louie Anderson and the WORST of 'em all, Richard Karn.

My Rankings:

1. Dawson
2. Ray Combs
3. John O'Hurley
4. Al Roker
5. Anderson
6. Karn

When I was a young lad, I sent a letter to the show about my family, expressing an interest in getting on the show. I found out years later that we had been invited to audition based on the letter, but could not get out to California based on scheduling and financial concerns.
I do know a family that made it, however..my Cub Scout den mother and her four sons.

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